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Old 06-20-2005, 11:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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We run Outlook 2003 & redirector. One of my users will be traveling between our 2 offices & will have a PC set up in each. My plan is to have Redirector installed and running 24/7 on each. Is there a problem with this set up? Will this lead to duplicate email or any other kind of conflict?

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Yes, running two instances of Desktop Redirector on two seperate PC's will definately cause: either a) Duplicate Emails, b) No Emails or c) serious conflicts communicating with the device!

Not really worth it to have to instances of Desktop Redirector running at the same time!
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Are both redirectors redirecting the same email address? If so then there isn't apoint in both running and the above mentions could occur.

If each redirector is redirecting its own associated email then there shouldn't be an issue.

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